Skip to comments.The racists at MSNBC celebrate Cinco de Mayo by showing us what they think of Mexicans
Posted on 05/06/2014 7:26:23 AM PDT by GrandJediMasterYoda
The racists at MSNBC celebrate Cinco de Mayo by showing us what they think of Mexicans
Tequila and Sombreros!
Obviously, I'm not one for screaming "racism" every time someone trots out a stereotype. If I was, I'd lose my mind every St. Patrick's Day when half the country dresses up as a leprechaun and drinks itself into a stupor. Like most conservatives, I get the idea that this sort of imagery is what it is, and I'm capable of letting things go. Unfortunately, it only takes one quick glance at MSNBC's line-up of race-baiting talking heads to realize this is not a power their network possesses.
From Al Sharpton, to Melissa Harris Perry, to the uni-monikered wunderkind named Toure, someone at MSNBC yells "racism" pretty much every hour. These people love charging others with "racism" so much, that they simply can't help themselves. They do it the way news radio does traffic and weather: "every ten minutes, on the eights."
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but just imagine had FOX News behaved the way they did...
So does this mean that MSNBC doesn’t think black face is offensive anymore????
A prime example of the twisted leftist mindset.
It’s quite all right to make fun of them with insulting stereotyping, just don’t offend them by wearing or flying the American flag in their presence.
I have lived in so Cal for sixty years, lived next to Mexican Americans, worked with Mexican Americans, dated Mexican Americans and counted Mexican Americans as some of my closest friends. Not once have I ever seen one wear a sombrero.
The main reason that liberals are obsessive race-baiters is that they themselves are the worst racists, and they project their shadow onto others. Jonah Goldberg shows in his book Liberal Fascism that racist eugenic proposals were largely the work of the progressives of the day.
I don't think it's racist at all.
It's an accurate depiction of the Mexicans on our side of the U.S. border who invented a holiday, on a whim, out of thin air.
As an excuse to party.
What's racist about that?
You are either lying or not as closely connected to the Mexican community as you claim.
Mexican dance troupes perform annually in the Central Valley of California, at the Asparagus festival, among others, and Sombreros are everywhere...
Maybe in bands and festivals, not in the street.
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